The Formula for Disaster — AKA “The Snake in the House Call”

I’ve arrived safely back in Kabul after a wonderful vacation in Cancun! I’ll spend the next couple of days resetting my sleep clock. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this video that I recorded before I left…

One of the reasons that Reactive Policing is so ineffective compared to Coactive, or Community Policing, is that we spend so much time on calls that aren’t related to the police mission. Watch this video for a good example of why character-based law enforcement that builds trust based relationships is the key to fighting crime…

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3 thoughts on “The Formula for Disaster — AKA “The Snake in the House Call”

  1. Hey, Ray,

    Very interesting. Bobbie and I laughed at the armed deputy calling in for help. Why in the world didn’t he just shoot that “cotton-pickin” snake and not tie up the Department’s time? Glad to know you got back to SW Asia safely. Take care, and do stay in touch.
    Bill

  2. Makes perfect sense to me. But, I wonder how I would get a great big rattle snake outa my house! Yikes, I think I would have to shoot the darn thing.

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